Task Tents™, 4th grade, math, measurement, metric, customary, conversions, area, perimeter, rectilinear, fraction line plot, angles, review, Georgia Standards of Excellence, 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2, 4.MD.3, 4.MD.4, 4.MD.5, 4.MD.6, 4.MD.7, 4.MD.8
Task Tents™ are a fun way to get your students moving around while practicing, reviewing, and assessing their mastery on specific skills and standards. Students will move around with a partner answering questions on one side of the Task Tent™. They will record their answer and have it checked by their partner, who has the answer on the other side. Each pair will keep track of their correct answers and total them up at the end.
This product is aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence Unit 7: Measurement. It is also aligned with Common Core.
**This product is also included in a bundle that includes 7 units, covering all the 4th grade Common Core Math Standards and Georgia Standards of Excellence** here:
4th Grade Task Tent™ Bundle,
Find each of the 4th Grade Task Tent™ Packs here:
Unit 1 Task Tents™: Whole Numbers, Place Value, and Rounding in Computation
Unit 2 Task Tents™: Multiplication and Division of Whole Numbers
Unit 3 Task Tents™: Fraction Equivalents
Unit 4 Task Tents™: Operations with Fractions
Unit 5 Task Tents™: Fractions and Decimals
Unit 6 Task Tents™: Geometry
Unit 7 Task Tents™: Measurement
What You Get
✽20 Task Tents™
✽2 Recording Sheets (Player A and Player B)
✽Answer Keys are located on each side of the Task Tents™
Check out Task Tents™ for review here:
Math Task Tents™
ELA Task Tents™
Social Studies Task Tents™
Science Task Tents™
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